Daily News Headline @SilverlightZone - 5 February 2011 - #21

Today, we have 14 news items posted in Silverlight-Zone. If you are a Silverlight or Windows Phone 7 application developer, follow Silverlight-Zone for daily news update.


In this issue we have posts from: C1_GregL, WinPhoneGeek, Bert ONeill, Jeremy Likness, Jon Galloway, Den Delimarsky, Resco Developer Tools, Dave Campbell (@WynApse), Mike Ormond, Levente Mihaly, Roy Dallal, @mattcasto and @cynergy_systems.


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Here is the list with all news headline posted (February 5th, 2011) at Silverlight-Zone:


 The Full Stack, Part 6: Entity Framework to Phone: The Server Side - by @jesseliberty and Jon Galloway

 Windows Phone 7 Runtime Debugging - by @cynergy_systems

 Accept and Cancel Buttons Behavior in Silverlight - by @mattcasto

 Silverlight Memory Leak, Part 1 - by Roy Dallal

 Windows Phone From Scratch #30 - Isolated Storage - by @jesseliberty

 A classic memory game: Part 3 - Porting the game to Windows Phone 7 - by Levente Mihály

 Some Useful WP7 Content for your Toolbag - by Mike Ormond

 Silverlight Cream for February 04, 2011 -- #1040 - by @WynApse

 Windows Phone 7 Animations — Alternatives, Performance - by Resco Developer Tools

 Changing the border for a DatePicker control on Windows Phone 7 - by Den Delimarsky

 A Pivot-Style Data Grid without the DataGrid - by @jeremylikness

 Silverlight 4 and Multiple Duplex Clients - by Bert ONeill

 ListPicker FullScreen mode Background problem: workaround - by @WinPhoneGeek

 Google Analytics with C1Silverlight - by C1_GregL



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